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Hooking up a Phillips DVD player

How to hook up the above dvd player and a vcr

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Re: hooking up a Phillips DVD player

May have to change rca cables or s-video cables, or maybe try a new reciever, or maybe goin from dvd player straight to the plasma? hope this helps jason

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